Keontra Smith 24/7 Bump

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Congrats to our stud safety rising up 89 spots to the #121st spot in their rankings
 

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His early senior HL is big-time:

 
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That’s awesome and well deserved. Marcus and Avery are probably going to get their bumps real soon as well.
 
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He could be the next Jaquan Johnson except he is even more athletic
That’s not true. There’s no difference athletically between the two... Keontra is just a bigger guy.
 

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He could be the next Jaquan Johnson except he is even more athletic
It’s the perfect comparison, he’s already 5’11 195 and can really run
 

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That’s not true. There’s no difference athletically between the two... Keontra is just a bigger guy.
Smith undoubtedly has better testing numbers at this age of their respective careers.
Smith with a 4.55 40 at 5’11 195 is impressive
 
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Smith undoubtedly has better testing numbers at this age of their respective careers
So 4.55 with a 35’ inch vert wasn’t the same numbers Quan had coming out?


Edit: read the wrong numbers
 
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I don’t know if y’all saw the rankings from espn and rivals for some of our guys and others but it shows why both sites are absolutely trash.
 
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Violent, aggressive and fast. Is this the kid who showed he's not just an in the box safety at Paradise?

Go Canes!
 

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So well deserved, brought this up on pod I think once or twice already. He is so underrated, I think he is every bit of a playmaker as Richards, Tyrique and Battle who get all the notoriety, tests exceptionally well like them too.
 

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Violent, aggressive and fast. Is this the kid who showed he's not just an in the box safety at Paradise?

Go Canes!
That was Keshawn Washington. He's definitely more than a box guy or striker from what we saw at paradise.
 

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Kids the real deal man, kid can play and closes well. I want all our dbs to close like that and linebackers.
 
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Crowley will get Big bump when they update running backs. He is averaging 11 years per carry.
 

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I don’t know if you saw the rankings from espn and rivals for some of our guys and others but it shows why both sites are absolutely trash.
JJ will never test well and rightfully so, but hes super smart. Theres nothing wrong with evals he just doesnt test well and u can tell just by watching, doesnt make him a bad college player.

Isnt Smith coming in at backer though?
 
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JJ will never test well and rightfully so, but hes super smart. Theres nothing wrong with evals he just doesnt test well and u can tell just by watching, doesnt make him a bad college player.

Isnt Smith coming in at backer though?
I think he should but staff wants him to be the Rover.
 
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